Charts for a Theology of Evangelism

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B&H Publishing Group, Jul 1, 2007 - Religion - 160 pages
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Like no other book before it, Charts for a Theology of Evangelism gathers ninety-three unique charts based on author Thomas P. Johnston’s twenty-three years of practicing and teaching personal evangelism. This excellent classroom, preaching, or personal study resource features nine major sections, and each chart from "The Urgencies that Drive Evangelism" to "Five Interpretations of ‘Salt’ in Matthew 5-13" to "Biblical Stages in Theological Drift," includes an explanation and contextual set-up from the author.

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Contents

24
2
Defining EvangelizingPsalms
9
Comparing Lifestyle and Proclamation
15
Revival as Cause and Effect
22
The Gospel and Eternal Life
28
Comparing FollowUp Tools
29
Section 3Hearing the Gospel and Salvation
29
A Verbal Order of Salvation
32
Apologetic Evangelism 90
54
The Gospel and Philosophy 96
59
Introducing the Evangelical Drift Portrayed in Charts 6577
103
Reconciliation Models Methodology
109
Moral lnfluences Methodology
115
Charting the Doctrine of Sin
121

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About the author (2007)

 Thomas P. Johnston is associate professor of evangelism at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri, and president of Evangelism Unlimited, Inc. He and his wife have three children.

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